DESCRIPTIONUltracentrifuge Power for Small-volume Samples—Right on your Workbench
With the ability to provide a simple, rapid method of removing chylomicrons (fat particles in lipemic samples), the Airfuge CLS delivers accurate results for lipemic clarification. Lipemic samples can be cleaned in 10 minutes, eliminating the need for sendouts.
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7 years ago
Looking for replacement tension springReply
12 years ago
Looking for a rotor or two for an Airfuge. Where can you find them?Reply
12 years ago
|No Air Pressure|
I am working on an airfuge and the unit is receiving air from the compressor line, but after reaching what seems to be a pressure regulator, nothing makes it through? I have recently cleaned the high pressure filter which had lots of moisture in it. Any ideas if this is why I don't have any air pressure through the unit?Reply
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The easy-to-operate tabletop centrifuge:
Reaches top speed in as little as 30 seconds.
Decelerates smoothly to help keep sample contents separated.
Operates just a few degrees above ambient temperatures.
Offers run timed runs up to five hours, with hold position for long runs.
The Airfuge CLS offers enhanced versatility with a variety of rotors:
Batch rotor pellets particles from a large sample.
Electron microscopy particle-counting rotor (EM-90) sediments particulates from very small volumes onto supports suitable for insertion into an election microscope.
Four fixed angle rotors (A-110; A-100/18; A-100/30; and A-95) generate the high speeds and forces necessary to perform a variety of tasks.
|Maximum Speed||110000 rpm ± 5,000 rpm|
Acceleration time: 30-60 seconds
Deceleration time: 2.5-5.5 minutes
Speed control: Air-pressure regulation
Braking system: Coasting, then frictional braking by engagement of brake pin.